As the traditional custodians of the land Aboriginal people have a unique place in the cultural make-up of our community.
The City of Armadale wants to hear from residents in each suburb to find out what they think is unique and what they love about the place you live.
A series of workshops bringing together community and local business.
Information and tools to help you make your community event a success.
The City of Armadale's Community Development Department aims to empower and work with our local communities to create happy, healthy and friendly neighbourhoods.
Up-to-date information for community organisations who provide events in the Armadale area.
Search community services within the City of Armadale using a geographical search system.
The City works with community, community organisations and government agencies to support the interests, aspirations and needs of children and families in the City of Armadale.
The City of Armadale is located 28km southeast of the Perth CBD and has an estimated population of 85,000 which is forecast to grow to over 140,000 by 2036.
The City of Armadale has long recognised the value of working collaboratively to prevent crime and enhance community safety.
Find out about financial assistance for donations, community grants, annual contributions and scholarships for community groups and residents.
The City of Armadale supports the delivery of services by local agencies and organisations to people with a disability, carers and families.
The City of Armadale recognises the importance of working with older people in our community to enable them to meet their own needs and link them with appropriate services when support is required.
The City recognises the crucial role volunteers play and has a designated service to assist volunteers and community organisations.
The City is dedicated to providing young residents with a range of opportunities to contribute to and participate in their community.